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S: Weapons and Armor of Knights

BC: Logan Reppert attends to Eyer Middle School. He picked this topic because he is interested in medieval weaponry. | Turner Schoenly attends Eyer Middle School. He picked this topic because he is interested in the weapons of knights

FC: Weapons and Armor of Knights | Made by: Turner Schoenly and Logan Reppert

1: Weapons and Armor | By: Turner Schoenly and Logan Reppert Eyer Middle School 2011

2: What armor was made of | Shields were made by wood but they were covered by leather. | Headgear was made of leather or fur.

3: Important Dates for armor | In 1200 a few horses wore armor. | In 1400 the separate breastplate was developed. | In 1200 the round topped helmet appeared.

4: Knights main weapons | Knights main weapon was the long sword for battle | Knights also used daggers

5: Important Dates for weapons | The long sword first appeared in the early 1600's. | In 1560 the mace became a popular weapon of the knights.

6: The knight's horses wore armor that weighed about 55 to 75 pounds. The armor covered most of the horses body from Sword, arrows, and other weapons that knights used. | Armor of horse

7: Under the knight's armor chain mail added some more protection from certain weapons.

8: By 1150 A.D, knights began painting a coat of arms on their shields to identify friend from foe.

9: The pole ax had three different weapons included in one; hammer, ax, and a metal spike.

10: Diary Entry 6 | The year is 1150. War is raging in our land. We have lost many knights and foot soldiers. Our town is being stolen from and our people are being captured. This might be the biggest war that we have ever faced. The vikings are overpowering us and we are hiding in fear. The king has found us and we are being shipped off to fight the vikings. We are getting our weapons and being mounted on horseback. Turner and I had many close encounters with the vikings. We survived the war. But our town still has to recover from the devastating effects of the vikings.

11: Works Cited | Bingham, Jane. Medieval World. New York: Scholastic, 1999. Print. Gluebok, Shirley. Knights in Armor. New York: Gerard Nook, 1969. Print. Koch, H.W. Medieval Warfare. New York: Cresant, 1978. Print.

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